10 Phase of Meditation Practice and Development

Each stage of meditation has its own distinct characteristics, challenges to overcome and special techniques to overcome these challenges. The stages mark a gradual increase in the ability of a meditator. When a meditator makes progress, there will also be Four Achievements that divide the Ten stages of meditation into four different parts. This is a very important transition point in the practice of a meditator where mastering certain skills take meditation to a higher level. Every person is unique, one's spiritual journey will be slightly different from others. For this reason, we will also talk about how the process works, how fast or slow a person might progress, and about what attitude to have. The point is not to force someone's experience to match something we have read. The ability of meditators to gradually build on one another. Just like learning to walk before you can r... Detail

Life Cycle Evolution in Four Yugas

Time is viewed a cyclical, that people slowly evolve, then slowly devolve, only to slowly evolve again. This is called the “yuga cycle,” and it is divided into four different “yugas” or ages. The highest age is Satya Yuga, then Treta Yuga, then Dwapara Yuga, and the least evolved age is Kali Yuga. According to the Laws of Manu, which was the earliest known text describing the four yugas in detail... Detail

5 Skandhas Forming Personal Development

We all know that we have psychological thoughts and experiences, but who are we really? How does the mind work to shape our experience of our world, the experience of feeling our life? Psychology examines our daily experiences of clarity and confusion about our thoughts and self. Our earliest sense of self shows "5 Collections that process the development of self-ego" which is 5 Skandha, which literally ... Detail